Environmental Education

One of the great challenges in trying to understand how long-term gradual change (caused by drivers like climate) is impacting on the biodiversity of a region, is being able to afford and carry out the monitoring required to obtain the data that shows what is...

We're very excited about the next event in our workshop series centred around Hutt Bay: this time we'll be learning about the area's Boandik cultural heritage with Aunty Michelle Jacquelin-Furr.Back in 2018 we worked with Aunty Michelle in ForestrySA's biodiversity schools program in which...

Our first activities at Walker Swamp this year are going to be truly amazing. The project involves two local schools working together: Hamilton Parklands School - a school for children with intellectual disabilities, that supports and prepares students to become active and engaged members of...

Late last year we kicked off a three-year environmental and cultural education program with Newbery Park Primary School of Millicent, South Australia. NGT is running the majority of activities and hosting many at our reserves, with other activities to be led by First Nations Elders...

Over the past month we've been busy with a whole heap of environmental education events around the South East, from Eaglehawk in the north to Hutt Bay in the south.On 5th November, thanks to the support of the Coast Protections Board’s Community Participation Grant, I...

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